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FOX Business
Jan 23, 2013 7:00pm EST
consumer and merchant meafeedback, joining us now is a former customer, michael cargill, owner of austin, texas, central texas gun works. good to have you with us. >> thank you, sir. lou: let me start with, you are calling for a boycott of groupon. you have asked your attorney to talk with them. has there been any development since we came on the air? >> no, sir. my attorney is still keeping in contact. we're going back and forth, we're keeping our options open. and the most important thing and i am calling to every american to believes in the right of safe and lawful gun ownership, to join me, in refusing to hand over even one cent to aning or weighing tha -- an organizationt has no respect for those of us who are protecting our second amendment rights. lou: the second amendment, i think that, i will not speak for the nation, but i think most of us treasure every right we hold under the of constitution. let me ask you, what had been the response went groupon before they decided to pull your ad? >> well, their response was, you know, first of all, they contacted me a day after the deal r
SFGTV2
Jan 5, 2013 3:00pm PST
went to cargill. it was an artistic place to hang out. you have people going out, maybe getting into landscape, maybe just partying. >> but wasn't there some push back? it had an unsavory reputation. >> in 1913, the lead was settled, and it was supposed to be sold, and a lot of people did not like it because they thought there was a lot of romantic rendezvous happening there that perhaps should not be. they had a ceremony there to burn the car out of cargo, so they have a big bonfire. it was the fourth of july, so they threw some fireworks in, too, and they were trying to announce that it was a new neighborhood. it was respectable. that is essentially the last and best carville house on the highway. two cable cars that are joined together. they took out the walls and connected the rope and of course, as a bedroom. and i would like to buy it. >> i think we have a photograph of the inside of one of these cars. >> yes, some of the original cable car bridges are still on the inside. it is a wonderful place. i'm writing a book on carville. that is ucsf. adolph sutro donated the land.
KICU
Jan 25, 2013 4:00am PST
as scorched corn crops triggered higher feed costs. in san antonio, texas, cargill is letting go of 2,000 workers as it closes a beef packaging plant. burger king is dropping an overseas beef supplier after traces of horsemeat were found in its products. abp food group supplies beef to b-k restaurants in the u.k. and ireland. b-k says there are no risks to human health, but some of bk's products may be temporarily unavailable. meanwhile, mcdonald's is emphasizing 'knowing your fillet o fish.' the golden arches is auditing its supply chain so that it will serve only "certified sustainable fish." sustainable is a term given to suppliers who do not harm the animal. mcdonald's is one of the top buyers of fish in the country. mcdonald's is also launching a new product, the fish mcbite, on its menu next month. a new ranking uncovers the top companies doling out the fattest paychecks. according to cnn, salesforce.com employees take home an average pay of $129,000 a year. in addition, top employees are awarded a trip to hawaii, plus $5,000 to tiffany and company. hitachi data systems also ran
CBS
Jan 3, 2013 7:00pm EST
the inauguration. cargill will be the general contractor to create the floats for the parade and the decor and staging of the ball. we also learned more today about metro's plan for i mug racing. metro rail will be open 4 -- for inauguration. metro rail will be open 4 a.m. until 2 p.m. peak fares are in effect between 4 a.m. and 9 p.m. the archives to hunt vernon square and smithsonian stations may be shut down. it's all about security i would imagine. >>> another member of the president's cabinet apparently won't stick around much after the inauguration. bloomberg is supporting the treasury secretary tim geithner will step down the end of this month regardless of whether or not there's an agreement to raise the debt ceiling. white house chief of staff jack lew is considered the front runner to take over geithner's job. >>> there was plenty of sun today, but we'd like to replace some of that cold with warmth. any chance of that happening, top? >> not really, but at least it's not record setting cold. we're finally kind of where we should be this time of year. we're looking at temperatures
CNBC
Jan 17, 2013 5:00pm EST
't afford to feed the animals. now, there's so little supply, cargill cloelgsed this plant. that sent prices down, but usually, that means if there's less beef, prices eventually go back up. >> meat space expert. >> jane knows exactly why you have to be aware of the meat space. very important to a lot of different -- >> i know meat. >> triangle. pyramid. >> the way to play this is probably through the garain, we talked about that a lot. dba is your etf, or look at a hormel foods. that stock has been on fire over the last month or so. i would look into that, as well. >> jane? >> okay. now, if you know anyone in the restaurant business, they tell you the cost of the salad bar has gone through the roof. you're going to see it in the grocery store. the freeze for a week in california has really damaged a lot of the vegetables and prices for some are up three times what they were a year ago. and this is going to continue over the next few weeks before things get back to normal. what's interesting is, that these farmers don't get crop insurance, so, when they have a shortage like this, they really
KRON
Jan 14, 2013 7:00am PST
.d. cargill joins us from los angeles to real one the loss of the golden globes. >> our go one the awarthe top awards and been affleck scored best director. >> i did not care what the award is when you put your name just the name you just got off is it an extraordinary thing. >> les miserables took awards on. and have the we won for best actress. thereof dark 30 discuss chastine won for best actress. the historical epic like it felt to and wind out of seven categories nominated. except that no they louis won for best actor in a drama. >> the 42nd president of the an honest day's bill clinton. >> a fin clipped introduction by former president bill clinton. >> while as tourism. what an exciting special guest. that was hillary clinton's husband. >> actresses amy poehler antenna fe were nominated. and to tina fey . girls won best television comedy of for the second year in a row home led prevailed in the drama categories or investor, as well as best actor and actress. >> jodie foster received a sicily demille award honoring her 37 years--cecil b demille award. the oscars will be on february 24th.
FOX
Jan 14, 2013 7:00am PST
home a winner as best director. good job for ben. >> very interesting. jd cargill, thank you for that update. check out our website ktvu.com for a complete list of the golden globe winners and also the pictures from the red carpet. click on the golden globes tab. >>> 7:47. stocks are opening. a little change ahead of a speech on monetary policy from federal reserve chairman ben bernanke. he's expected to speak at a question and answer session this afternoon as the stock market closes. u.s. stocks hit a five-year high last thursday. taking a live look at the big board, the dow down slightly, down 6. the nasdaq also down 14. s&p down 4. >>> a leading term reserve official is forecasting two and a half percent economic growth in the u.s. this year. charles evans who is the chicago fed president says it will improve to 3.5% next year. he also expects unemployment to fall below 7.5% this year but he adds it won't be 6.5% until the middle of 2015. >>> time 7:48. another fight looming in congress over the federal debt limit. technically the government hit the debt ceiling at the end
CSPAN
Jan 9, 2013 11:00pm EST
and therefore they used the two techniques. they used big agriculture like cargill and they used slaughterhouses. the slaughterhouses were given a fiscal help in the form of loans if they committed to only buying cattle from land, from landowners that was in compliance with the brazilian land love. so this is a method of implementing a law that was intended to reduce deforestation. but, the essence of the outlaw was a very definite encouragement into the rights of the landowners. they had to protect a certain fraction of their land and not that it be cut and made into pastures. so they mixed a standard of 20% to 21st -- 30% of the land had to be kept in a natural state with a private enforcement system. i thought that was an interesting technique, but the essence of it at the beginning of it was a rule that says thou shall not take all your land and make it into pasture. and that was possible in brazil i think in large part because the president -- president who pushed it through was very popular, very popular. the big question was whether it would survive his tenure and i think the answer is it
MSNBC
Jan 17, 2013 3:00am PST
. the third-largest private company in the united states after coke industries and cargill. that's $33 billion in sales so bigger than starbucks or mcdonald's or general mills but very, very secretive. it's in northern virginia. it's interesting, right near the cia and people say there's -- like willie wonka a little like that. >> several companies on your list are private. do private companies have something special going for them that helps? >> that's a really good point. there's a large number of these that are private. and i think, you know, mars said it. we're not beholden to the tyranny of quarterly earnings. we can invest in our companies, treat our employees really well. we don't have to worry about laying people off. and praying to the god of wall street -- it's just -- i'm telling you, that stuff gets worse and worse all the time. >> so let me ask you -- >> very good point. >> another story in here that is fascinating about samsung crushing the competition. you ask is apple next. i bring this up, because, of course, several -- you know, a couple months ago we saw the case. >> yeah. >
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